Love And Death In Ernest Hemingway's A Farewell To Arms

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been born. “ Bigger is isolated from whites and blacks alike, and his acts of self-assertion cut him off from humanity even further.” P.30 Michael Gallantz “Love and death” is another aspect of the theme of the human predicament. Love is the continuation of life happily and death is the end of a happy life. Ernest Hemingway attempts to solve what is most permanent in the human predicament, he succeeds in doing in his novel A Farewell to Arms (1929), in which Love is dangerous, anyone can die at any moment, in the middle of a war zone breaking the hearts of the loved ones left behind. Yet the characters keep on trying to love, even with tragedy exploding all around them. Against the backdrop of war, a deep, mournful meditation on the nature of love is offered by Hemingway. Catherine announces to Henry that she is in mourning for her dead fiancé, so she begins a game meant to seduce Henry. Because she wants to distance herself from the pain of her loss. Likewise, Henry intends to get as far away…show more content…
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